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CDMA Development Group Announces Americas Congress in San Francisco, November 1999

The Integration of Voice and Information Services to be Discussed During Comprehensive Forum

Costa Mesa, CA, June 7, 1999 -- The CDMA Development Group (CDG) today announced that the 1999 CDMA Americas Congress will be held November 30 to December 2, 1999, at the San Francisco Marriott. As the final major wireless event of the century, the theme of the Americas Congress is "moving beyond voice", highlighting the hot topic of integrating voice and information services. cdmaOneTM technology’s growing prominence throughout the Americas region will also be discussed by industry leaders from North and South America.

"For the wireless industry this is a time of significant achievement as well as great anticipation for the future. From the resolution of CDMA as the 3G standard to the of wireless Internet access services, we are extremely excited about this year’s CDMA Americas Congress and its topics of discussion," said Perry LaForge, executive director for the CDMA Development Group. "This year’s event will benefit all who attend as leading operators, equipment provider and application developers from around the world convene to discuss the hottest topic of the next millennium – the mobile web."

The 1999 CDMA Americas Congress will feature presentations from the experts that are building the business world of tomorrow in sessions focused on mobile Internet applications, high-speed wireless data services and 3G demonstrations. The conference also will explore this exciting era for cdmaOne operators and manufacturers through discussions on the future of cdmaOne, including its facilitation of advanced services and its growing strength in the Americas.